Driving A Tesla Model X Turns Into A Nightmare For This VC

Driving A Tesla Model X Turns Into A Nightmare For This VC
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The Tesla Model X, an all-electric crossover SUV, is creating some problems for venture capitalist Byron Deeter, who is one of the first owners. Initially, Deeter was proud to own his electric vehicle, but now, it has been reduced to little more than an expensive driveway ornament, says Fortune.

Many issues with Tesla Model X

Deeter is now driving his 2011 Jeep Rubicon to work as his Tesla Model X has had a series of software glitches. Deeter — a partner with Bessemer Venture Partners — explains that the electric vehicle had a handful of what he would call acceptable tech glitches earlier, like a detection problem with the falcon-wing doors.

“But in the past couple of days it’s gotten to where I think there are safety and usability issues,” he explained.

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